The Rectory, Bury, Cambridgeshire, UK.

Sited on the edge of the black fen, Bury was once within the miniature kingdom of the Ramsey Abbey Banlieu. This property was predominantly Victorian and lovingly restored.

The garden design integrated the driveway and approach (including a lime tree walk), to the orangery and the front garden, using a variety of natural stone and fired clay materials.

The huge urns were handmade, imported from Crete.